Kanban2go is a task or to-do management system that provides users with a visual platform where they can identify their tasks and also indicate which tasks are in progress and which tasks have been completed. Tasks on a list may be prioritized by pushing them up or down the list. Kanban is a Japanese term for billboards and are used to increase productivity in various environments including automobile manufacturing companies. However, Kanban2go focuses on bringing this productivity into the realm of task management. It is a productivity system specifically designed to manage tasks and can be useful for simpler or more straightforward tasks.Show more screenshots »
The idea for Kanban2go comes from the Kanban system of productivity which has Japanese origins. The application was developed by Prabhakar Gopalan, Ally Curtis, Damon Cali, Charles Lowel and Logan Lowel. It is also part of Simple Idea Lab experiments. Prabhakar Gopalan's respect for the kanban process helped to inspire the way the Kanban2go application was designed. With lists that fall into three main categories, users can intuitively create tasks and track them easily.
In comparison with other applications, Kanban2go provides a visual task management system that aligns with the intuitive manner in which the mind operates in, especially in relation to tasks. Hence, the design of Kanban2go is aimed at making tasks management effortless and effective. It is an alternative to the Getting Things Done (GTD) methodology that similar applications use. GTD can be somewhat complex, which Kanban2go provides a visual alternative.
The Kanban2go app has a simple and intuitive feel. It is also easy to navigate. Tasks can be easily created and also be easily prioritized, updated and tracked. Visual design considerations makes this application easy to use. Tasks can be pulled in and out of list categories as required. It provides a simplistic approach to task management.
Users can sign up for free. There are no costs or fees associated with using the Kanban2go application.
For those who want to manage, organize and track their tasks, kanbans create a visual method of achieving this objective. The benefit of an online list is that it can be accessed from anywhere in the world where Internet access is available and this can greatly enhance productivity. People who have tasks to complete can get things done by creating a list and visually tracking the tasks on the list.